Members of the House of Representatives have adjourned its 4th session of the 54th National Legislature.
Speaking Tuesday during the adjournment, House Speaker Bhofal Chambers said during the sitting, 61 regular sessions were held, 49 Executive, 3 Special sessions, and 34 appearances of Government Appointees.
Speaker Chamber also revealed that out of 65 Bills introduced, 31 were passed, among which include, 18 Executive Bills, 7 Bills from members of the House of Representatives, and 4 Bills concurred with the Liberian Senate.
Meanwhile, Speaker Bhofal Chambers has called on his colleagues to develop a sense of cautiousness so that the interest of the citizens can be realized.
He furthered that their workings during the 4th session brought relief to the citizens on grounds that it was more of a service to humanity, thus thanking the Executive for cooperating.
At the same time, the Plenary of the House of Representatives has concurred with the Liberian Senate engrossed bill seeking the creation of the Trehnbo Vocational Institute in Grand Kru County.
The bill which was passed by the Plenary of the Senate will seek to offer education in masonry, carpentry, plumbing, general agriculture, home economies, electricity, small scale mining, environmental technology among others.
Following the concurrence by the Lower House Friday, the Act is expected to be forwarded to President George Weah for approval before its subsequent printing into handbill by the Foreign Ministry.
When established, the Trehnbo Vocational Institute is expected to have a Board of Trustees, Director and Deputy Director for Administration, Deputy Director for Academic Affairs, and Assistant Director for Fiscal Affairs.
Others include Assistant Director for Records, Registration, and Admission, Assistant Director for Students Affairs, and Heads of Department and Programs of the institution.